Pasture mixes key to cutting methane emissions

Simon Chamberlain
December 28 2022 - 2:00pm
Dr Suzanna Boschma with a plot of chicory and sulla at the Tamworth Ag Research station at the Grazing towards 2030 field day.
Dr Suzanna Boschma with a plot of chicory and sulla at the Tamworth Ag Research station at the Grazing towards 2030 field day.

Selecting pasture species that have anti-methanogenic potential could play a role in reducing the 15 per cent of greenhouse gas emissions that agriculture in NSW produces.

Simon Chamberlain

I have comprehensive experience in rural and regional journalism, as well as more than six years as a media officer for several politicians and worked in local government. I rejoined The Land in May 2022 and have loved being back in harness, reporting on a massive range of topics.

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